One of Lake Ontario's most impressive shipwrecks, the St. Peter is located east of Pultneyville, NY.
This 135-foot, three-masted schooner rests upright and intact in 117 feet of water.
This wreck sank in a storm in 1977. She landed stern first and has remained that way, never coming fully to rest on the bottom. She had more weight concentrated in the rear causing it to remain upright on its stern. This wreck sits nearly upright in between 55 and 85 feet of water.
Our house wreck is located 5 minutes away from our dock in 45' of water. The Bismark is a 28' retired sailboat surrounded by interesting artifacts.
Also, located onsite is buoyancy and navigation courses which provides a fun playground in which to hone your scuba skills
Drift along at a depth of 20' while barely have to kick - the water does most of the work! Visibility of 30' is common with water temps in the 70's.
Don't be surprised if your dive buddies include walleye, sturgeon, & pike.
The 1000 Islands area boasts hundreds of shipwrecks in warm waters.
We offer shore dives geared to beginners as well as more advanced boat dives.
The Keystorm is the area’s premier wreck. She is a 256-foot long steel hull cargo vessel ranging from 20 to 110 feet deep. This wreck is diveable for all ranges of divers from beginners to advanced due to the way she ranges from shallow to deep.